Tina Viney, Australia’s leading expert in IPL and laser legislation, heads up a stellar line-up of experts at the Melbourne APAN Aesthetic Conference, 18 October.
With changing regulations and further industry legislation in the pipeline for laser and IPL, it’s wise for practitioners and salon owners to stay on the pulse. As part of the APAN Aesthetic Conference in Melbourne, being held at the Pullman Albert Park on Sunday 18 October, Tina Viney, Australia’s leading expert in trends and government legislation, will be giving a seminar called “Regulations and the Future” about the future of laser and IPL.
In the seminar, Tina will present to practitioners how best to prepare for the new regulations and how to take advantage of growth opportunities. She will also offer up advice on how to create strategies for a successful business and help define what the new aesthetic therapist will be.
Tina has worked closely with several government departments and is a passionate advocate for the rights of qualified professionals to practice advanced procedures. She is also an active member of Working Groups, the group responsible for drafting regulations, and has been highly awarded for her commitment and contribution to the advancement of the aesthetics industry.
This is the third Conference that APAN will be conducting for 2015. Including Tina’s lecture, there will be six lectures being delivered at the Melbourne venue, covering industry news, marketing expertise and business strategies. Other speakers include Chris Testa, a compound pharmacist, who will be talking about understanding the safety issues and risks in anaesthetics, Gay Wardle, a highly-awarded trainer and educator who will be talking on how to position yourself as the “master” of treatment results, and a Q&A with Maureen Houssein Mustafa OAM, a leading entrepreneur in the Australian beauty and aesthetics industry.
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